"Saturday Night Live" has some fun bringing the tech press and Chinese factory workers together to chat about Apple's smartphone.
In a piquant and amusing little ditty, the revered children's television show digs at humanity's sudden reliance on there being an app for just about anything.
Brian Tong shows us some of our favorite skits that have made Apple Byte so unique.
With the Winston Show, kids can converse directly with an animated character and thanks to speech recognition, instantly see a "movie" that incorporates the conversation.
Samsung has revealed its next Galaxy flagship phone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but it wasn't quite what had been hoped for.
Washboard wants to help you get your laundry done by sending you quarters, which is just as ridiculous as the 25-year-old "Saturday Night Live" joke about a bank that just makes change.
Skit has secured the assets of "The Lego Movie," so that kids can make their own skits and adults can too. Oh, the possibilities.
Give Marissa Mayer credit for trying something new but there's a good reason why most quarterly financial conferences don't get televised.
Keep track of professional contacts with LinkedIn's new app, hide from Facebook's green dots, and doodle in new ways with Draw Something 2.
If the Galaxy S4's launch was past your bedtime last night, we've boiled down the feature demos to an easy 2 minute video.